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What ADP Research indicates is fueling the Great Resignation

Employees no longer appear content to define themselves by their jobs, business anthropologist Martha Bird says.

Heard of a ‘home-centric’ workforce? Why its working for one company

Mr. Cooper CHRO Angela Greenfeather explains the company's vision for the future of work.

Bersin: Why org health matters in our ‘partially open’ economy

Strong leadership and smart reliance on tech are key components to building healthy organizations.

HR tech news this week: Nov. 8-12

COVID testing technology, roadblocks to hiring veterans and the war for talent were among the leading HR technology stories this week.

Benefits news you may have missed: Nov. 8-12

From how legal challenges are affecting employers’ plans for the vaccine mandate to new 401(k) and FSA limits, here are some of the week’s top stories.

HR tech Number of the Week: ID theft

A remote workforce is a tempting target for hackers, and employers increasingly are offering protection for their workers. 

This is the new Pinterest CHRO’s greatest COVID lesson

Former Nordstrom people leader Christine Deputy is bringing more than 30 years of HR leadership experience to her new role.

HR tech Number of the Week: virtual meetings

Employees are spending more than half of their workweeks in meetings, according to a new report. What that means for HR leaders.

Benefits news you may have missed: Nov. 1-5

From the unveiling of Biden’s vaccine employer mandate to COVID booster shots and vaccines for kids, here are some of the week’s top stories.

10 things Microsoft has learned about successful hybrid work

While the pandemic is still redefining what hybrid looks like, Microsoft's HR team is already capitalizing on lessons learned.

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